I’m not doing a very good job pacing myself lately. And believe me, I like a good pace that includes enough time for Facebooking, General Hospital, and working out sitting on my sofa with a box of Cheez-its.
I won’t bore you with my laundry list of items I’ve committed myself to.
– Pre-School Committee Member
– School Auction Leader
– Donate this
– Donate that
– Weekly classroom help
– Takle Management (a.k.a. Kris’ errand and project girl)
– Designing websites
– Expanding my cooking repertoire
Seriously. The list could go on.
So, maybe I will bore you with my laundry list.
Don’t get me wrong. I like doing all of these things. I’m just not sure how to do them all well.
I am so overwhelmed with my to-do list that I am overwhelmed with forgetting my to-do list.
The real problem lies here…
I am void of passion in areas I am usually passionate about. And, I have this performance issue that creeps up and bites me in the badonkadonk at times. Not to mention not wanting to let people down.
That’s all I got.
I’m sure the spiritual insight has inspired you.
I suppose I should have titled this post “Setting Boundaries.” I just never took that dang “Boundaries” class. Did you?
Are you good at setting boundaries?